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Original Title :
Christmas Under Wraps
Genre :
Movie / Drama / Romance
Year :
2014
Directror :
Peter Sullivan
Cast :
Candace Cameron Bure,David O'Donnell,Robert Pine
Writer :
Jeffrey Schenck,Peter Sullivan
Type :
Movie
Time :
1h 28min
Rating :
6.8/10

When a doctor doesn't get the position she wanted, she ends up moving to a remote Alaskan town. She unexpectedly ends up finding love, happiness and discovers that the small town is hiding a big holiday secret.

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When a doctor doesn't get the position she wanted, she ends up moving to a remote Alaskan town. She unexpectedly ends up finding love, happiness and discovers that the small town is hiding a big holiday secret.
Cast overview, first billed only:
Candace Cameron Bure Candace Cameron Bure - Lauren Brunell
David O'Donnell David O'Donnell - Andy Holliday
Robert Pine Robert Pine - Henry Brunell
Kendra Mylnechuk Kendra Mylnechuk - Billie
Brian Doyle-Murray Brian Doyle-Murray - Frank Holliday
Joyce Cohen Joyce Cohen - Maggie Brunell
James Gaisford James Gaisford - Wyatt
Page Petrucka Page Petrucka - Hattie
Anita Rice Anita Rice - Faith Holliday
Robert Bear Robert Bear - Clay
Bryce Fernelius Bryce Fernelius - Nate
Jacque Gray Jacque Gray - Melissa
Jessica Villeneuve Jessica Villeneuve - Nurse Joanne
Darren Ewing Darren Ewing - Lester
Christian Tyler Christian Tyler - Martin

Andys plane is actually registered in Mesa Arizona to PHOENIX FLYERS INC


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Taur

Taur

I really enjoy watching all the new Hallmark movies that come out each Christmas season and I never tire of the happy endings that bring joy and hope to all of us. Thank you, Hallmark, for doing that. This movie was especially enjoyable because there was no music during the talking, unless it was a climatic scene, so you could hear each word clearly. Appreciate that very much.

I loved the story about a young city doctor getting used to a small town in Alaska, knowing all her patients personally and finding true love with views of the Northern Lights. Nothing could be better than that. The acting was professional, yet charismatic. They were all charming and fun to watch. This added to this memorable holiday movie. I would watch this over and over and so would my family. The ending has a magical surprise.
Jerinovir

Jerinovir

San Francisco doctor Candace Cameron Bure reluctantly takes a job in a small town in Alaska as she waits to hear about the fellowship in Boston she wants. This is a woman with her life all planned out. She doesn't want to stray from that plan but, of course, she finds that she has to in order to truly be happy. That's the moral of this story and, yes, it seems awfully familiar if you've seen other made-for-TV romantic comedies and dramas Candace has done. The big city doctor who learns life lessons working in a small town (Finding Normal). The guy she falls for doesn't want to take over the family business (Let It Snow). There are other similarities to movies she's done (particularly Finding Normal) but, you know, it really doesn't hurt anything. It's a fun, sentimental movie. It doesn't challenge you but that's okay. I enjoyed watching it and that's all that really matters.

As with all of her TV movies, Candace's likability and personality is the primary selling point. She's also very pretty, which doesn't hurt. I don't think the red hair is the right fit for her but it wasn't too distracting. At first glance, I wasn't sold on David O'Donnell. So often in these TV movies the male lead is weak compared to the female lead. But he's actually charming and appealing. For the most part the characters are all nice and pleasant but a couple of them did annoy me. Candace's mom is well-intentioned but pushy and the lady who runs the coffee shop is kind of obnoxious. The subplot romance between the nurse and the florist's son is very cute and adorable. The standout in the supporting cast is the great Brian Doyle-Murray. I won't spoil his character's twist but let's just say if you're a cynic, you'll projectile vomit all over the screen. I got a kick out of it though. Corny as all-get-out but I had a big stupid grin on my face so it worked on me. If you like Candace Cameron Bure, you'll surely like this. It's one of her best movies yet. That it's a Christmas movie just makes it that much more enjoyable.
Pruster

Pruster

DON'T FALL FOR FALSE REVIEWS AND DON'T BELIEVE ONES THAT BRAG ABOUT REVIEWING OVER "200" CHRISTMAS MOVIES!! Now for honesty!!Hallmark doesn't make blockbusters!! They don't aim for their movies to be award winning!! They make movies to feel good & watchable from the FAMILY!! Does this movie have flaws, of course it does. They film most of these movies in warm weather, but don't miss the meaning of the movie. It's about learning to let lose and take the unexpected!! Just watch it & try to enjoy the meaning!! This is a good family Christmas movie!!
Error parents

Error parents

Really nice and unpretentious Christmas romance. No convoluted "problems" with the love interests, for a change.

I like the fact that they made a movie that's just cheerful fun. It's a made-for-TV movie, and as such the little niggles like sunny dawns in wintery Alaska, snow that's not entirely convincing here&there (but thankfully none of that horrible "foam snow" they often use) didn't bother me to much.

The actors are adequate, but sometimes too sitcom-ish. Though, it has to be said that theater veteran Kendra Mylnechuk as the busy, joyous nurse Billie really jumps out.

The Utah locations are nice, but to me don't look a whole lot like Alaska. Still, as a background it was good enough for me.

It's just, basically, a movie with a wholesome, upbeat and positive vibe. Fitting for Christmas.
Marr

Marr

Candace Cameron Bure is a doctor who wants the same fellowship in Boston that her father had. When she doesn't get it, she needs a job and winds up in Alaska running through the standard Hallmark Christmas Romantic comedy tropes.

If what you're looking for is those standard tropes played engagingly, you'll find them here. Miss Bure is pretty and speaks her lines well; David O'Donnell is a competent juvenile; Brian Doyle-Murray is a fine Santa-like supporting player; Kendra Mylnechuk has the best performance as a hyper-competent nurse.

However, there's nothing in the script that isn't interchangeable with most of Hallmark's rote romcoms. It's so unengaging -- because you know exactly what is going to happen next -- that you have time to contemplate the production errors that make it clear that this wasn't shot in Alaska, once you get past the beautiful setting shots. Every morning Miss Bure awakens at 6:30 to a sun high in the sky in an Alaska December. The grass is bright green and you can see some weedy young maples wearing their summer leaves in town. Finally, in a town so remote that Amazon.com won't ship there, there is no trouble for the local florist (?!) to come up with a dozen perfect roses for the leading man to give to the leading lady on the spur of the moment.

I begin watching these Hallmark seasonal romantic comedies intending to give them easy marks. They seem pitched at a very undemanding audience and the actors invariably try their best. However, if the people in charge can't be bothered, then why should the audience?
Fawrindhga

Fawrindhga

Well, it is harmless, sort of. I haven't even watched it to the end yet, but can't seem to get interested. First of all, the mistakes are so glaring that it hurts. There's snow everywhere, and people talk about it being cold - it is Alaska after all, and December. But it is always sunny, even at 6:30 in the morning, when the rest of the northern hemisphere is still dark, and they talk a lot about the need for warm clothes, but people walk around with their jackets open and no hats on their heads. There is nothing realistic here. Even the daddy doctor trying to arrange for his daughter's fellowship. There are so many good applicants for those things, daddy pulling strings just doesn't do it these days. And let's not forget the "hospital fellowship" that she thinks she's getting. in order for a fantasy to seem possible, the basics need to be believable in order for the rest to seem fantastic. Here, the lack of realism in the daily details is just so blatant, that it takes the fun out if it.
Hucama

Hucama

And yet another great quality movie starring the very talented, very enjoyable Candace Cameron-Bure!........The location was very unique and outstanding: a Hallmark Christmas movie filmed in Alaska! And those Northern Lights were spectacular! (it must be awesome to see them in person.)...Although the plot was basic, it was a uniquely presented situation......Also: well-written, well-directed, all good supporting cast...no one was annoying to detract from any of it...............The only thing that did not seem right was Candace's red hair. Red hair is beautiful and the intention was probably to make her appear a little differently for effect...what ever that was supposed to be(?)... but it was not her and really not necessary. Then towards the end, it looked like the red was re-done to be deepened. It just looked kind of sleazy, especially with the over-done make-up, which was not in sync with that quiet, little town.......Anyway, as always with all of her movies, it is very respectable, safe...and TOTALLY enjoyable!
Yanthyr

Yanthyr

This is my second favorite of Candace's hallmark Christmas movies. The first is journey back to Christmas. I love how the big city girl goes back to the small town. Candace and the male actor have great chemistry and he's easy on the eyes as well.
Nalaylewe

Nalaylewe

I enjoyed this movie for the interspersed humor, beautiful scenery, interaction of the main actors and mostly because it was relaxing to watch. I watch movies like this to relax and NOT be jarred out of a calm mood and this one succeeded. The overall concept wasn't original, and for the most part the end was predictable, so if you want surprises, this probably isn't for you. But for me, overall, the movie worked.
Tcaruieb

Tcaruieb

Let it Snow re-packaged where where flawless makeup, hair-perfect and pasted-on-smile Candace Cameron Bure plods in with high-heels and designer clothes (if she's really a smart doctor, you think she'd know the weather in Alaska in December?). Within days of her arrival, she is willing to give up the career she's worked hard for (well, in truth, it's implied that Daddy pulled the strings) to pine for a somewhat good looking character who has little definition or motivation, and live in a syrupy small town called "Garland" in Alaska. The ridiculous is implied in that Garland is really the North Pole and Mr Holliday (a character who reminds me of a greasy spoon with a bad attitude) is really Santa Claus (who is apparently headed towards heart disease), is ridiculous and over the top. Scenery very poor. Hallmark has put out more films each Christmas season, but it's quality not quantity that keeps me glued to the screen.
INwhite

INwhite

BEWARE OF FALSE REVIEWS & REVIEWERS. SOME REVIEWERS HAVE ONLY ONE REVIEW TO THEIR NAME. NOW WHEN ITS A POSITIVE REVIEW THAT TELLS ME THEY WERE INVOLVED WITH THE MOVIE. IF ITS A NEGATIVE REVIEW THEN THEY MIGHT HAVE A GRUDGE AGAINST THE FILM . NOW I HAVE REVIEWED OVER 200 HOLIDAY FILMS. I HAVE NO AGENDA. I AM HONEST

Dr. Lauren Brunell (Candace Cameron Bure) has her whole life planned out. As a third year surgery resident, she is counting on being accepted into a prestigious hospital fellowship to follow in the footsteps of her supportive father, Henry (Pine). But when those plans quickly fall apart, and Lauren is put on the wait list, she must take the only other opening available: a head doctor position in the small, remote town of Garland, Alaska.

Now plot and story move along in at a brisk pace. The film has a plausible story-line but the casting sinks this from "Must See" to "Its Cute but predictable"

Now while I liked the story I just had a hard time buying Candace as a Doctor. Her range of acting seems to be smiling, mugging and pouting. Her "Valley Girl Voice doesn't help either. I am not sure how old Dr Lauren is suppose to be but Candace had to be past 35 when she filmed this. This part most likely calls for a young doctor. Candace looks every bit of her 35 years which is a distraction. I am sure she was cast because of her TV Q. Now I am sure in real life she might be a nice person but she is not a very good actress. For now she should stick to situation comedies and get a better acting coach. Any first year dram student would of been better in the lead.
THOMAS

THOMAS

My god I have no idea how people rated this as an average 7!..It was so painful to watch as the acting was very very bad. From the start all the actors were like reading sentences from the script!!so unnatural and annoying..

Trust me, I'm not writing this review by comparing to award wining movies out there. Just that they lacked the basics of acting directing and pretty much everything else!! Disney movies are sooo good compared to this movie.

The story was sooo boring and badly written. The reason I watched it because of the "hope" in this Christmas season hoping it would get better!!..but it never did!!.. I'm sure we all watch remakes, cheesy love stories and Christmas stories which has very familiar endings.In those we know whats coming but we don't expect much, although we still enjoys a lot. This movie is NOT one of them! and it just happen to destroy my Christmas spirit.
Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł

Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł

Best Christmas movie made in a long time I loved the movie and the snow looks amazing Superb acting phenomenal plot and excellent directing a must see A movie the whole family can enjoy with an actress we all love watching Candace Cameron from full house. The best Hallmark film of the year A new refreshing Christmas story that will be playing for many more Christmas seasons to come Great film hands down i would recommended anyone watch it i am currently trying to find it on DVD so i can own it A new refreshing perspective on good old saint nick with an adorable love story attached everyone is bound to fall in love with it I think everyone can find it on the hallmark channel during the holiday seasons
Yozshujinn

Yozshujinn

This movie makes you forget the real world for awhile and enjoy a story with a happy ending.
JoJoshura

JoJoshura

Dr. Lauren Brunell thinks that she has her whole life figured out. She is a certified doctor, trying to be a surgeon, and wants to be accepted into a hospital fellowship in Boston; just like her father. However, those plans quickly fall through, and Lauren needs to rethink her life goals. She is still determined to follow through with her plan, and is put on the waitlist for this fellowship. In the meantime, she must take the only available position: the head doctor in a small town in Alaska. Coming from a busy city, this is a big change for Lauren. She encounters many hardships being the only doctor in town. However, once she learns to listen to her heart rather than her mind, she learns to warm up to the little town. She develops not only a love for the town, but also a love for a special guy. It's not until Lauren receives life-changing news, she must decide what her heart really wants. The secrets, love, and magic that the little town possess, unfold this life-changing tale for Dr. Lauren Brunell.

This Hallmark Christmas romance is perfect to bring you that warm Christmas feeling. While the acting in the film was not supreme, the Christmas joy throughout the movie negates this. The setting of the movie was probably my favorite aspect of the film. The little snowy town in Alaska reminded me of the cozy feeling that Christmas time can bring. The combination of the Christmas magic and romance brings joy to the film, making viewers fantasize an "ideal" Christmas love story. In addition, I loved how the secrets behind the little town add a touch of mystery to the film. Not only did the movie set the Christmas mood, it also portrayed a great lesson. Dr. Lauren Brunell reflects the most valuable aspect of life, doing what makes you happy. A Christmas Under Wraps is a perfect film to start of the Christmas season, outlining a very important message for all.
Umi

Umi

Ugh.

Candace Cameron Bure is a doctor attempting to follow in her father's footsteps and be a medical fellow in Boston. She only applies to one location and doesn't receive an invitation. She ends up in Garland, Alaska (read podunk Alasaka) where there is one general store and one handyman and one electrician, etc..

Things are different in Garland and some things seem off, others magical even..

In the end the story is bland and Candace, well if I had some spiked egg nog this movie might have been palatable.

Move along to the next movie and leave this one under the tree.
AGAD

AGAD

This movie is very frustrating. It teases you about all kinds of plot points, but never really sees them to fruition or explains them. The ending is dramatically insufficient for the amount of time dedicated to the subject matter. This movie is a always looking for a plot and refuses to engage the most interesting thing about the town where everything happens. When the ending finally does come, it leaves you with many more questions than answers. Garland, the main town, is supposed to be 300 miles north of Anchorage Alaska, and only reachable by bush plane. Yet the town is quite diverse and large, with a coffee shop, general store, fancy cabins for people to live in and a major shipping company based there, anything but what would be found in a small town in central Alaska. They also complain about the cold, yet spend most of the movie walking around without hats or mittens, implying it is not as cold as they said it is. The random extras walking around downtown Garland would look right at home in a British Columbia tourist ski resort town and completely out of their element in a real Alaskan bush town. This movie promised so much frustrating doesn't deliver.
Andromajurus

Andromajurus

If you watch the first 5 minutes of this you will get the feel of the rest of the movie. The actors did a good job, but as the other reviews stated, the script and plot are a little flat. Frankly, what do you expect from the Halmark channel? It was a happy seasonal flick, but is unlikely to become a classic.

Also, I would just like to point out those were all white blankets...not snow. Snow crunches when it is stepped on. Oh, and I would also like to point out that the Cessna had one landing light when taxiing out, but two, rather bright lights once airborne (when the landing light would have been off).

It will surely encourage a little bit of Christmas spirit, and perhaps even some winter fashion tips. -Just look past the sub-par CGI and that it was clearly filmed in a warmer climate.
Ranenast

Ranenast

This is a great example of how lack of creativity can still earn money.

And a sad example of how people rate a cheesy, mediocre movie 7 out of 10, probably wishing this was their Christmas miracle story next year...

The first 10 minutes were like watching season 1 of Heart of Dixie all over again... I was just waiting to hear Dr Zoe Harper's name mentioned at some point...

I have seen far, far better movies - at least movies non pasteurized that have way lower score here. IMDb used to be a reliable source - not any more.
Shadowbourne

Shadowbourne

I really enjoyed this Holiday movie and it certainly puts you in a festive mood!! There are quite a few Hallmark ones, some watchable, some really enjoyable and some that really hit that festive spot! It actually reminded me of a movie version of Hart Of Dixie (Rachel Bilson stars in it) not necessarily due to it being holiday related, more due to the fact Rachel Bilson stars also as a Doctor who leaves the big city behind to go to a small town,struggles at first to feel comfortable, then finds romance and ultimately becomes well respected part of their community, it's extremely quaint and a lovable show, this movie has a ton of hints relating to it. The only thing different is the cast really and the fact that the show is not primarily about Christmas. This movie had me rooting for all characters to be honest, there's a ton of likable ones in it, this one and A Snow Globe Christmas are my top favorites for Hallmark so far! So, if you have a soft spot for quaint little towns, where they go all out for the holidays with a likable cast...I say go for it!
Abandoned Electrical

Abandoned Electrical

Welcome back Candace!!

I loved this movie!! It was a nice sappy romantic movie. I Actually believed Candace was a DOCTOR!! Unlike that atrocious movie called "Finding Normal" (Click on my review of that movie if you wanna laugh)

Dr. Burnell actually saw more patients than her "Other" character. Her romance with David O'Donnell's "Andy" and her relationship with Andy's dad, "Frank Holiday" was funny, believable but predictable.

Thanks for the Goofs page of IMDb. I did not know that in December it would be dark at 6:30 am. Being that I am in Missouri and the cast wasn't. But it made a good movie anyway.

7 out of 10 Well worth the time to watch!
Villo

Villo

Having this set in the wastes of Alaska was a nice touch and made a pleasant change to the streets of big city America or small town America.

It would've been great to have a few Inuits knocking about the town... though that wouldn't have fitted in with the Christmas Mythos they are presenting.

The writer and the director do a great job in making this an enjoyable story, filled with cheer and festive spirit. The actors bring the script to life and are all beneficial in capturing the essence of Christmas and the film.

The only downside to the whole thing is the BIG secret, that isn't much of a secret because you'll probably figure it all out as the new town Doctor gets the tour of the town.

That said, it shouldn't deter from your enjoyment of the movie. Good to watch with family or a loved one in front of a crackling fire.
Arryar

Arryar

This is a heartwarming movie. But, in Alaska, they would have storm doors or little porches between the outside and the house. The actors leave doors open, and walk around without gloves, and with their coats open! But, other than that, it is a great movie.
Enalonasa

Enalonasa

I thought this was a wonderful Christmas movie. Well worth watching !!!
Skyway

Skyway

If Hallmark style movies are not your thing, fair enough, but if that's the case I have a simple question for you: Why then do you watch Hallmark movies? It's like if you hated burgers yet keep eating at burger joints and then give them bad reviews.

OK, now that I have that out of the way let me say that even I can get a bit burnt out on the formula, the trick is to at least set the story in an interesting environment and have characters that you can enjoy.

Brian Doyle-Murphy alone fills that bill in this film, I've always liked him as it is but he's just a treat in every scene, I also like Candace Cameron tho I'm not sure why they made her hair red, maybe they thought it was a more festive color? I didn't care for it.

The setting was also great, you gotta love the idea of a magical town out in the middle of nowhere filled with nice people and the whole small town feel, yet they never overdid it with the friendliness either, it actually seemed pretty genuine for the most part.

I can't believe the people who are on here nitpicking stuff like production values and when the sun should/shouldn't be shining, give me a break, these aren't serious dramas or 200 million dollar summer blockbusters, they're simple, relaxing entertainment.

Great Christmas movie for the family.